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I am saying that when I was working and been in school through out my life I have had a bad attiude and still have abit of temper that I try to keep down because it gets me in to trouble.
I just am applying to youth volunteering because i want to help youths who suffer in silence which will gain me experiance to get a proper job as in, social working or a police officer.
I no that. I am learning.
Sort the menality of a young society out first before complaining about their injustice in the future. I have taken care of myself since i was a kid, with no help from a parent figure or education system, i have been in alot of dangerous situations which somtimes i have put myself in but come straight back out off. thank you.
I was refused education in the sense they cant help me because of my unruly behavioural problems and ended up been excluded, i dint quit.
I was refused gcse's an exam in england look it up.
I dint get a record of achievement either, i left school at 13 then soon as i was 16 i went to college and achieved an exam all without the help of the education i had in the past.
Totally agree, i tried that in all the jobs i had and i dint seem to hold it back. i dint concentrate and was always doing something wrong however i am making a change to that and i am now volunteering for charities to gain experience to know how to handle a working environment.
And i agree, thank you. give me some advice about how to interact at work.
Originally posted by deathpoet69
I would like someones advice on how to start a conversation to someone who is not like in to the things we are. How do i separate conspricy type topics to average life type topics that everyone speaks about. How do i intergrate with certain groups in the working enviroment?. I shy away somtimes and become an outcast. any advice from anyone?
Most of all treat people with the same respect that you want to be treated with. Remember that we are all human, and nobody's perfect, we all make mistakes, and we all have our faults.